making snow angels?

Category : humor, just for fun

I have to admit, I kind of wonder if the Devil does this…. because frankly  it looks like fun.


As you’ve probably figured out, I love good Christian humor.  And I think this qualifies.  I’m not sure it was intended to be good Christian humor, but beggars can’t be choosers when it comes to truly funny stuff about faith.  You can buy the snow devil t-shirt here.

christian humor: billboards

Category : barbarian, different, humor


I love to laugh.  I especially love to laugh when Christians are being funny.  All too often our “humor” is pretty lame.  It’s nice to know that not all Christians are Ned Flanders clones.  While some people may consider this a clever marketing campaign, I consider it good Christian humor.  Way to go


quote of the day: temptation

Category : God, faith, hope, sin


“Temptation is a sign that Satan hates you, not a sign of weakness or worldliness.” (Purpose Driven Life, p. 205)

When you read and study as much as I do, rarely are you stopped in your tracks by a quote.  This quote, however, actually caused me to hold my breath as I read it.  So often we think that our temptations are weakness.  “If only I could change” we think.  But is it possible that the reason we face so much temptation is because there is an intelligent force working against God’s will?  And if that’s true, should we carry that guilt of not being perfect?

Paul tells us, “Therefore, there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus” (Romans 8:1).  Yet I have a hard time believing it. I want to be perfect for God, and get disappointed (and a little depressed) when I’m not.

I can’t live my life the way God intended until I let go of the guilt.  Until I can turn to God and say, “I am sorry” and really accept his response of “I forgive you” I will never be free.

And it’s that freedom that Jesus died for.